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Could anyone suggest a good, non-technical, high-level explanation of Bayesian probability?

To clarify, since some people suggested a thread with recommendations of textbooks, that isn't really what I'm after. I'm looking for something for a friend of mine whose interest is in intellectual history. He isn't trying to learn to do Bayesian analysis, he just wants to know what it does or claims to do.

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You can check out these following videos, they are non-technical but give pretty good intuition.

One is "Bayes theorem, and making probability intuitive" by 3Blue1Brown, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HZGCoVF3YvM

and other is "The Bayesian Trap" by Veritasium, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=R13BD8qKeTg

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